David Hedison

David Hedison
1927 - 2019

David Hedison  American Actor


Who is he dating right now?

Rest in peace.


David Hedison was previously married to Bridget Hedison (1968 - 2016).

David Hedison was in relationships with Valerie Varda (1965), Barbara Parkins (1965) and Maria Cooper Janis (1960 - 1961).


American Actor David Hedison was born Albert David Hedison Jr. on 20th May, 1927 in Providence, Rhode Island, USA and passed away on 18th Jul 2019 Los Angeles, California, USA aged 92. He is most remembered for Another World, The Young and the Restless. His zodiac sign is Taurus.

David Hedison was in 7 on-screen matchups, including Ellen Burstyn in Perry Mason (1957), Shelley Fabares in Murder, She Wrote (1984), Jeanne Cooper in The Young and the Restless (1973), Juliet Mills in The Love Boat (1977) and Lauren Tewes in The Love Boat (1977).

David Hedison is a member of the following lists: American film actors, American television actors and Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre alumni.


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Relationship Statistics

Dating3 1 year 4 months, 12 days 1 month, 1 day
Married1 50 years, 2 months - -
Total4 50 years, 2 months 12 years, 9 months 1 month, 1 day


First Name Albert
Middle Name David
Last Name Hedison
Full Name at Birth Albert David Hedison Jr.
Alternative Name David Hedison, Al Hedison
Age 92 (age at death) years
Birthday 20th May, 1927
Birthplace Providence, Rhode Island, USA
Died 18th July, 2019
Place of Death Los Angeles, California, USA
Height 6' 1" (185 cm)
Weight 172lbs (78 kg)
Build Average
Eye Color Hazel
Hair Color Salt and Pepper
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Sexuality Straight
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
Occupation Text Actor
Occupation Actor
Claim to Fame Another World, The Young and the Restless
Year(s) Active 1955–2005, 1949–2014, 1949–2005
Official Websites http://www.davidhedison.net, http://davidhedison.net
Family Member Alexandra Hedison, Serena Hedison

Albert David Hedison Jr. (May 20, 1927 – July 18, 2019) was an American film, television, and stage actor. He was billed as Al Hedison in his early film work until 1959 when he was cast in the role of Victor Sebastian in the short-lived espionage television series Five Fingers. NBC insisted that he change his name and he proposed his middle name and he was billed as David Hedison from then on. He was known for his role as Captain Lee Crane in Irwin Allen's television series Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1964–1968) and as CIA agent Felix Leiter in two James Bond films, Live and Let Die (1973) and Licence to Kill (1989).

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David Hedison92 TaurusActor
Bridget Hedison71 AriesRelative
Valerie Varda80Actress
Barbara Parkins79 GeminiActress
Maria Cooper Janis84 VirgoArtist


NameGenderBornAgeOther Parent
AlexandraFemaleBridget Hedison
Serena RoseBridget Hedison


Confessions of a Teenage Jesus Jerk2017Interviewee #2Movie
The Reality Trap2005Morgan JamesonMovie
Mach 22001Stuart DavisMovie
Megiddo: The Omega Code 22001Daniel AlexanderMovie
Sheng zhan feng yun1990US AmbassadorMovie
Licence to Kill1989Felix LeiterMovie
The Law and Harry McGraw1987Blake DevaroeTV Show
Smart Alec1986Frank WheelerMovie
A.D.1985Porcius FestusTV Show
The Colbys1985Roger LangdonTV Show
The Naked Face1984Dr. Peter HadleyMovie
Crazy Like a Fox1984Ed GalvinTV Show
Double Trouble1984David BurkeTV Show
Finder of Lost Loves1984Neil PalmerTV Show
Murder, She Wrote1984Mitch Payne, Victor Caspar, Victor CasperTV Show
Partners in Crime1984DavidsonTV Show
Who's the Boss?1984Jim RatcliffTV Show
Kenny Rogers as The Gambler: The Adventure Continues1983CarsonTV Movie
Amanda's1983DavidTV Show
Hotel1983Dr. Howard Bentley, Jack FitzpatrickTV Show
The A-Team1983David VaughnTV Show
Knight Rider1982Theodore CooperTV Show
Matt Houston1982Pierre CerdanTV Show
T.J. Hooker1982SaxonTV Show
Romance Theatre1982MarcTV Show
Dynasty1981Sam DexterTV Show
Nero Wolfe1981Phillip CorriganTV Show
Simon & Simon1981Austin TylerTV Show
The Fall Guy1981Jordan Stevens, Milo, Monte SorrensonTV Show
Benson1979John TaylorTV Show
Hart to Hart1979Miles WiattTV Show
Trapper John, M.D.1979Miles WarnerTV Show
The Power Within1979DantonTV Movie
Flying High1978Glen DodsonTV Show
Greatest Heroes of the Bible1978AshpenazTV Show
Project U.F.O.1978Frederick FlanaganTV Show
Colorado C.I.1978David RoyceTV Movie
Fantasy Island1977Captain John Day, Daniel Garman, Phillip CamdenTV Show
The Love Boat1977Barry Singer, Bradford York, Cliff JacobsTV Show
Murder in Peyton Place1977Steven CordTV Movie
Charlie's Angels1976Carter Gillis, John ThornwoodTV Show
Family1976Peter TowneTV Show
Gibbsville1976TV Show
For the Use of the Hall1975AllenTV Movie
Bronk1975Lyle BrewsterTV Show
Ellery Queen1975Roger WoodsTV Show
Wonder Woman1975Evan RobleyTV Show
Adventures of the Queen1975Dr. Peter BrooksTV Movie
The Art of Crime1975Parker SharonTV Movie
The Lives of Jenny Dolan1975Dr. Wes DolanTV Movie
The Manhunter1974Jeffrey DonnenfieldTV Show
The Compliment1974Steve BarkerTV Movie
Live and Let Die1973LeiterMovie
The Cat Creature1973Prof. Roger EdmondsTV Movie
Barnaby Jones1973Paul NugentTV Show
Shaft1973Gil KirkwoodTV Show
The New Perry Mason1973Calvin RyanTV Show
The Young and the Restless1973Arthur HendricksTV Show
The Wide World of Mystery1973Herbert KassonTV Show
Crime Club1973Nick KeltonTV Movie
The Man in the Wood1973Edmund HardyTV Movie
The Bob Newhart Show1972Steve DarnellTV Show
The ABC Afternoon Playbreak1972ClayTV Show
Cannon1971David Farnum, Gordon Bell, John SandlerTV Show
A Kiss Is Just a Kiss1971Kit ShaefferTV Movie
ITV Saturday Night Theatre1969Bill KrominTV Show
Love, American Style1969Rob (segment "Love and the Other Love")TV Show
Medical Center1969DaveTV Show
Journey to the Unknown1968William SearleTV Show
The Greatest Story Ever Told1965PhilipMovie
BBC Play of the Month1965John BuchananTV Show
The F.B.I.1965Lou Forrester, Scott JordanTV Show
Another World1964Grant Harrison, Spencer HarrisonTV Show
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea1964Capt. Crane, Capt. Lee B. Crane, Captain CraneTV Show
The Farmer's Daughter1963Richard BardenTV Show
The Saint1962Bill HarveyTV Show
Marines, Let's Go1961Pfc. Dave ChatfieldMovie
Bus Stop1961Max HendricksTV Show
The Lost World1960Ed MaloneMovie
Hong Kong1960Roger AmesTV Show
Five Fingers1959Victor SebastianTV Show
Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys!1958Narrator (voice, uncredited)Movie
The Fly1958Andre Delambre (as Al Hedison)Movie
Son of Robin Hood1958Jamie (as Al Hedison)Movie
The Enemy Below1957Lt. Ware (as Al Hedison)Movie
Perry Mason1957Damion WhiteTV Show
Star Tonight1955TV Show
Danger1950TV Show
Kraft Theatre1947TV Show
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PatMay 10, 2009

Did David Hedison meet his wife on The Dating Game ?

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